Articles

October 15th, 2012

A Moral Case for Free Enterprise

Business is a moral enterprise -- something R.G. LeTourneau, American industrialist and LeTourneau University founder, strongly believed. In a video interview, Arthur Brooks of the American Enterprise Institute makes a compelling case for the moral value of free enterprise.

via Bill Peel
October 5th, 2012

Integrity in Leaders in Short Supply

As politicos, journalists, and world leaders question each other's grasp of reality at the national and international level, the rest of us wonder who's really telling the truth. Sadly, truth-telling is becoming a slippery attribute. Even if you're not a cable news junkie (I confess I watch...

September 11th, 2012

Corporations are People—For Good or For Bad

At the 2012 Democratic Convention, Elizabeth Warren proclaimed, "Corporations are not people." First Things contributor Andreas Widmer has a different perspective: At the center of every major business crisis or success are moral decisions made by human beings, not organizations. The...

June 20th, 2012

Are women more moral than men?

Jim Denison shares his thoughts on "idealized self" and a recent study concluding that females are more moral than men. 

Channel(s): Doing Your Job, Ethics